Definition of Cymling

1. Noun. Squash plant having flattened round fruit with a scalloped edge; usually greenish white.




Definition of Cymling

1. n. A scalloped or "pattypan" variety of summer squash.

Definition of Cymling

1. a variety of squash [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cymling

cymbidiums
cymbiform
cymbling
cymblings
cymbocephalic
cymbocephaly
cyme
cymene
cymenes
cymenol
cymenols
cymes
cymidine
cymiferous
cymlin
cymling (current term)
cymlings
cymlins
cymogene
cymogenes
cymograph
cymographs
cymoid
cymol
cymolite
cymols
cymophane
cymophanes
cymophanous
cymoscope

Literary usage of Cymling

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1. Manual for Army Cooks by United States War Dept. Subsistence Dept (1896)
"... until tender when pierced with a fork. When done serve in rind, helping it by spoonfuls, as you would mashed potatoes. BOILED SUMMER SQUASH, OR cymling. ..."

2. Housekeeping in Old Virginia: Containing Contributions from Two Hundred and by Marion Cabell Tyree (1879)
"After boiling and running through a colander, mix with an egg, season with salt, pepper, and butter, make into cakes and fry a light brown. cymling PUDDING. ..."

3. Publications of the Southern History Association by Southern History Association (1901)
"4» State seal, largely in criticism of the position of WA Henderson, of Knoxville, who had urged the theory of the "cymling seal," that the first seal was ..."

4. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"His head was like a little round cymling. His eyes reminded one of bullets, with lots of white. His lower lip hung and his ears were very large, ..."

5. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1877)
"... in flavor. and far less gross in substance, which the writer always thought the invention 01 mother necessity in bell urn days—fried squash or cymling, ..."

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